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Wolfsheim — In Time
Album: Casting Shadows
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Released: 2003
Length: 5:28
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
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 burkie wrote:

Fortunately not all German music is techno (Neither all techno seems to be German). There is some decent rock, punk, actually we have all kinds of music. It's not too popular outside Germany thou. Exceptions are "Autobahn" by Kraftwerk and "99 Lufballons" by Nena. And the Scorpions (many people don't know they are a German band. They are.). I can't remember any more at the moment....


 

There is a high number of realy good music produced in Germany actually
for example the hundreds, Annemaykanterei, Peter Fox...

 burkie wrote:

Fortunately not all German music is techno (Neither all techno seems to be German). There is some decent rock, punk, actually we have all kinds of music. It's not too popular outside Germany thou. Exceptions are "Autobahn" by Kraftwerk and "99 Lufballons" by Nena. And the Scorpions (many people don't know they are a German band. They are.). I can't remember any more at the moment....


 
Only partially German, but for the musical opposite of this, look up Heilung on that video channel...
 Nuance wrote:
Undt now on Sprockets, it's time to Danse!
 

LOL!
Undt now on Sprockets, it's time to Danse!
OK, once was fine but twice in a row?
 123heyaho! wrote:
Hihi, Bill just said "Volf-Shime". 

(Indeed, it is "Volfs-hime"; palatin8 is right.)
 

I'm sure, Bill wouldn't pronounce it Wolf-Shome if there was a band named Wolf'sHome.  
Hihi, Bill just said "Volf-Shime". 

(Indeed, it is "Volfs-hime"; palatin8 is right.)
 ktnsb wrote:
So is it "Wolf-sheim" or "Wolfs-heim"?
Or "Voolfs-heim"?
 
Vọlfs-hime. Home of the wolf. Heim is also the terminal syllable of many german townships.

Actually there is a small village called Wolfsheim in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, but the band was named after Meyer Wolfsheim, a fictional character from F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby.


burkie wrote:
And the Scorpions (many people don't know they are a German band. They are.).
 
I'd like to deny, but the accent reveals.
Goth Paradise
Instant like!
Annoying as hell....

I like this trance-y stuff occasionally. It works well as music to do yoga and stretching to. Or just space out to.


When I think of Germany...I think of the Black Forest...and BMW's are a guilty pleasure as well I guess!  ;)
 burkie wrote:

Fortunately not all German music is techno (Neither all techno seems to be German). There is some decent rock, punk, actually we have all kinds of music. It's not too popular outside Germany thou. Exceptions are "Autobahn" by Kraftwerk and "99 Lufballons" by Nena. And the Scorpions (many people don't know they are a German band. They are.). I can't remember any more at the moment....



 

Nina Hagen
 lily34 wrote:
where have i been? first time hearing this. 
really, really enjoying it. 
 
Where have u been?  Lexvegas it says on your tag.  I couldn't have been far from you, though, because I've never heard it either, and I LOVE this trance stuff.  Better than Xanax by leaps and bounds ... 
 Euskadita wrote:
Some examples of great german music: Wir sind Helden, Der Junge mit Der Gitarre, Einstürzende Neubauten, Fury in the Slaughterhouse, Udo Lindenberg, Die Toten Hosen...
 
Ah, Einstürzende Neubauten - unforgettable, particularly to those venues that booked them and found their stages chopped and sawn to pieces by the 'instruments'. EN were part of what used to be called "industrial" music, using tools such as hammers and chainsaws in their music. The name, I believe, translates loosely as 'collapsing new buildings', but I'm ready to be corrected by a German native speaker.

I was always quite a fan of Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle (FSK) who used to get played a lot on the John Peel show back in the day...
And not to forget: Selig 

  Euskadita wrote:
Some examples of great german music: Wir sind Helden, Der Junge mit Der Gitarre, Einstürzende Neubauten, Fury in the Slaughterhouse, Udo Lindenberg, Die Toten Hosen...

Deadwing wrote:


RAMMSTEIN

that is all
 
 


This type of music seems to be in the rotation in my car these days. Completely soothing flow, let's me relax in our obnoxious traffic.
This makes me anxious and my head start to convulse rythmically to the right. 
where have i been? first time hearing this. 
really, really enjoying it. 
And don't forget The Beatsteaks (a great german Band from Berlin):

listen > Summer

 

Some examples of great german music: Wir sind Helden, Der Junge mit Der Gitarre, Einstürzende Neubauten, Fury in the Slaughterhouse, Udo Lindenberg, Die Toten Hosen...

Deadwing wrote:


RAMMSTEIN

that is all
 


{#Beat} A direct steal from Jean Michell Jarre.  Boo.

 vicmatta wrote:
I understand that not all of you would like this kind of music. It IS great flowing music that works well in the background while you read, write, or engage in activities that consumes most of your attention. I think it would either rank very high or very low on scales - high disparities.
 
Agree completely. Brainwave music.  
I likes.
I understand that not all of you would like this kind of music. It IS great flowing music that works well in the background while you read, write, or engage in activities that consumes most of your attention. I think it would either rank very high or very low on scales - high disparities.

 burkie wrote:

Fortunately not all German music is techno (Neither all techno seems to be German). There is some decent rock, punk, actually we have all kinds of music. It's not too popular outside Germany thou. Exceptions are "Autobahn" by Kraftwerk and "99 Lufballons" by Nena. And the Scorpions (many people don't know they are a German band. They are.). I can't remember any more at the moment....


 

RAMMSTEIN

that is all
Not a fan.. as long as not too much of this plays I can deal with it for those of you who like this kind of techno "music"?  Ugh.
really glad I bought that subwoofer.
Cosmic.
Not bad for late night.

not great.

More Einstürzende Neubauten, less Wolfsheim, please.


 duchamp wrote:
...just shoot me.
 


Maybe we can help. Gary, dear, would you put on the kettle?
...just shoot me.
 spigolli wrote:
Is all German music techno, or is all techno German, or what?   Either way I'm no fan of it, but I can certainly tolerate this tune well.
 
Fortunately not all German music is techno (Neither all techno seems to be German). There is some decent rock, punk, actually we have all kinds of music. It's not too popular outside Germany thou. Exceptions are "Autobahn" by Kraftwerk and "99 Lufballons" by Nena. And the Scorpions (many people don't know they are a German band. They are.). I can't remember any more at the moment....


 MojoJojo wrote:
I used to play this video game!  Oh, wait... 
 
Funny! {#Biggrin}

 Jazbo wrote:
Liking this.
 
Me 2 {#Meditate}
I used to play this video game!  Oh, wait... 
 handyrae wrote:
Is it Music from the Hearts of Space Thursday or something?
 
Yessss HOS.  I appreciate these types of musical landscapes.  Thanks Bill.

Is all German music techno, or is all techno German, or what?   Either way I'm no fan of it, but I can certainly tolerate this tune well.
Liking this.
 eruwenolorien wrote:

Ditto!

 
Ditto²!


 eruwenolorien wrote:

Ditto!

 
idem!

Is it Music from the Hearts of Space Thursday or something?
 iscoot4peace wrote:
I am totally digging this!  9!
 
Ditto!

I am totally digging this!  9!
Very nice!
william orbit producing?
 HarrO wrote:
Actually It is pahoe-hoe lava.
  
 Casting shadows
In Time


Actually It is pahoe-hoe lava.
Is that A'a lava on the album cover there?

Probably not.

Still, I give it a'a 8.
 ktnsb wrote:
I like it I like it.
So is it "Wolf-sheim" or "Wolfs-heim"?
Or "Voolfs-heim"?
 
They're German, so, closest to the last one.  It's actually <ˈvɔlfshaɪm> in IPA.


 ktnsb wrote:

I like it I like it.
So is it "Wolf-sheim" or "Wolfs-heim"?
Or "Voolfs-heim"?


 
Wolfs-heim


I like it I like it. So is it "Wolf-sheim" or "Wolfs-heim"? Or "Voolfs-heim"?
gekkosan wrote:
Agree three. This sounds nothing like Kraftwerk. Nice that there has been more of this sort of Electronic Music around here lately.
I actually thought it was a track off of a Seal album when it first came on.
Pyro wrote:
I agree with you. I think what sounds like Kraftwerk is some of the percussive elements.... I like it too.
Agree three. This sounds nothing like Kraftwerk. Nice that there has been more of this sort of Electronic Music around here lately.
AlienRelic wrote:
Sounds more like Tangerine Dream than Kraftwerk to me. I definitely like it.
I agree with you. I think what sounds like Kraftwerk is some of the percussive elements.... I like it too.
You sure this isn't Paul Oakenfold?
Cool tune for a Saturday night... (nice following transition to Beck Beautiful Way, too)
Rebecca and Bill, please listen to the real master: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klaus_Schulze... Then, you'll recognise the origin of this lukewarm tune... :stop:
RockBottom wrote:
I'm the operator of my pocket calculator.
Sounds more like Tangerine Dream than Kraftwerk to me. I definitely like it.
yes more ambient por favor
I\'m the operator of my pocket calculator.
Great background music to work by
highwindows wrote:
Bought the album (about 4 mths ago) after hearing for the first time on RP!
Genau!
Very cool
Bought the album (about 4 mths ago) after hearing for the first time on RP!
This is great.
Thank you Bill for playing something from Germany. :cheers:
ok, so i get the fitzgerald literary reference. now what?
Nice to hear some ambient electronica on RP from time to time.
ain't bad, little ambient I think
Very good for Christmas recovery mode
Or the techno...........
Yummy! :hungry: